IT Tag

The Cloud era is upon is and it's not just a fad, but a completely new way of delivering and consuming data. The cloud makes it possible for IT service providers to deliver services more efficiently. It is important for businesses to understand the basics of the cloud since this technology is currently in use and will continue to gain popularity. You have more than likely been using cloud services in some way or another without even realizing it. Take a look at these 4 examples of what the cloud is not. 

Today, IT infrastructure serves as the foundation for most businesses. If that infrastructure crumbles, the company faces extinction. That’s why it’s more important than ever for companies to analyze Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and develop long-term IT strategies. Colocation is the middle ground between the cloud and owning a data center, and it’s an IT strategy that works for businesses of all sizes, even those that can afford to own and operate their own data centers.  Here are five reasons why companies of varying sizes maintain footprints in collocation facilities:

Ever feel like office operations slow down at times or there is a disconnect among employees? While there are many possible causes for decreased productivity, the number one key to success is communication. With so many distractions, it is becoming more difficult to stay focused and connected, especially in the workplace. Businesses can help by utilizing a unified communications system to improve overall operations and success. Collaboration solutions will not only make it easier for employees to work together, but will also reduce costs and improve efficiency overall.